Zoos for Kids - Woolloomooloo (2011)

Sydney City, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo
Go wild in the city at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and meet Australia’s most iconic native animals. Walk through iconic Australian habitats and encounter some of the most loved, feared and unique animals. Wonder at Australia’s largest snake, and become absorbed in the colourful, beautiful world of butterflies. Meet cute and cuddly koalas at Gum Tree Valley, or have your photo taken with them at Koala Encounters. Come face-to-face with Rex, our huge Saltwater Crocodile, in Kakadu Gorge, or lose yourself ...
Taronga Zoo offers many fabulous opportunities to get close to the animals and find out more about how they live. Whether you attend one of the amazing free shows, drop in on a keeper talk or treat yourself to a unique animal encounter, you are sure to have a memorable experience. It’s open every day of the year, so why not bring your family for a Christmas adventure at Taronga Zoo, or come for a relaxed stroll with friends on New Year’s Day? Discover why Taronga Zoo is Sydney's favourite attraction, ...

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Zoos for kids - greater than 5km from Woolloomooloo (2011)

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Open Academy at the Con
Since 1974, the Open Academy at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music has opened the doors of the Conservatorium to the community through a wide range of programs, courses and workshops for school students, musicians, music teachers and to all those who are interested in learning more about music. It’s never too late to learn about music so why not join us today? The Open Academy offers a range of courses and classes to people aged 3 to 93! There is something for everyone - whether you are a young ...
Sydney Jewish Museum
The Sydney Jewish Museum is an internationally recognised historic and cultural institution, which documents the history of the Holocaust and the contribution of Jewish people to Australian society. Don't miss the opportunity to hear the testimony of a Holocaust Survivor and visit the new exhibition 'Signs of Life: Family Letters and Postcards of the Holocaust.' Drawing on the Sydney Jewish Museum's personal correspondence, these are the words of the time from those who were there. Most, did ...
The Hyde Park Barracks was built in 1819 to house, clothe and feed convict men and boys. This impressive brick building and walled compound, located at the head of Sydney’s historic Macquarie Street, was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway. After 1848 the main dormitory held newly arrived female immigrants while a handful of government agencies made use of surrounding buildings. In 1862, separate wards for destitute women were added upstairs and the Barracks became known as the Hyde ...

Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney CBD, NSW 2000

Meet our city’s first people, inspect models of the First Fleet ships and peer at the archaeological remains of first Government House and the intriguing objects uncovered by a number of digs on the site. Fast forward through 200 years and you will learn about the distinctiveness of this great city, its harbour, transport, people and particular personality via our changing exhibitions program. Visit An Edwardian Summer and kids can join Jessie on the kids trail for dress ups and craft fun.

Cnr Albert and Phillip Streets, Circular Quay, The Rocks, NSW 2000 2 km from Woolloomooloo

Step into the dark side of Sydney’s past with a visit to a historic police and court building (1856 –1888) that once imposed authority on Sydney’s unruly waterfront. Explore the building’s atmospheric interior – heavy blocks of sandstone, spiked gates and the corridor of cells. In the 1890s police Charge Room you can stand before the Duty Sergeant’s desk and imagine yourself being fingerprinted. Encounter a spine-chilling collection of criminal weapons and a mug-shot gallery of offenders ...

7 Onslow Ave, Elizabeth Bay, Elizabeth Bay, NSW 2011

Built by the fashionable architect John Verge, Elizabeth Bay House is a magnificent example of colonial architecture with sweeping views of Sydney Harbour. Occupied by the Colonial Secretary, Alexander Macleay and his family, between 1839 and 1845, it was known as the 'finest house in the colony'. The house boasts exquisite 19th century furnishings.
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